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Off-roading Shocks

Discussion in 'Off-Roading' started by hunter11, Jul 3, 2018.

  1. smoothandlow84

    smoothandlow84 I'd rather be draggin' frame

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    They arent cheap...that's for sure.

    Having them tuned and custom valved (I also had a secondary spring swapped)... $2500
     
  2. Dish

    Dish Junior Member

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    Ive run Fox's and kings..both with custom tuning and ive run the f.o.a shocks on the last 2 rides ive had and they worked just as well.without a problem... but they were on 3/4 ton to rockwell rides with anything from a 44 to 54 tire ...the best shock ive run has been a knightstalker
     
  3. smoothandlow84

    smoothandlow84 I'd rather be draggin' frame

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    Hmmm...never heard of Nightstalker
     
  4. carlgm

    carlgm Full Access Member

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    I'm not familiar with knightstalker shock also. How's their quality and performance?
     

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